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CT-Lessons Review

CRHS: Computer Tech-Lessons Review

The tangible, physical equipment that can be seen and touched. hardware
Intangible set of instructions that tells the computer what to do. software
Another word for character byte
Expert computer users who invade someone else's computer. hackers
Largest and fastest computers, capable of storing and processing tremendous volumes of data. supercomputers
It controls the speed of the central processing unit. system clock
Analyzing problems to correct faults in the system. troubleshooting
A computer program that is written to cause corruption of data. virus
Electronic device that receives, processes, and stores data and produces a result. computer
Connects one computer to other computers and peripheral devices. network
A rectangular area used to display a program, message or data. window
Horizontal & verticle bars that allow you to see parts of the display not currently visible. scroll bars
The first screen you see when the computer starts up desktop
Small pictures that represent files, commands, or other functions. icons
An on-screen symbol showing the current postition of the mouse pointer
A mouse or trackball used to select objects such as icons or text pointing device
A pattern or picture that can be used on the desktop background
A program accessed from the Start menu that provides specialized features used to change the way Windows looks and behaves control panel
Enable the computer to put data into the computer. input devices
Enable the computer to give you the results of processed data. output devices
Where instructions and data are stored on a temporary basis. RAM
Permanent storage ROM
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